We have a Tudor style house and need to have the roof replaced. One of the contractors we spoke with told us that the boards on the stucco are too close to the shingles and need to be removed first in order for the shingles to be replaced. The wood may not be in good condition and may also need to be replaced. He will also cut the boards so there will be a gap when he puts the wood back, the shingles would not be directly touching the wood. We have talked to five contractors and so far he is the only one telling us about this. Is his assessment true? Please advise.